Philips HQ6695 Mains Rechargeable Rotary Shaver - £27.50 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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RRP: £50.00
Price: £27.50
You Save: £22.50 (45%)

Product Features
* Rechargeable and Mains operation
* 40 minutes cordless shave time from 8 hours charge
* Reflex action shaving heads adjust to the contours of your face
* Super lift and cut system for a closer shave
* Precision pop-up trimmer - A perfect trimmer for your moustache and sideburns
* Cleaning brush
* Automatic Worldwide Voltage selection
* Gives you 40 minutes cordless shave time from 8 hours charge.
* Automatic voltage selection 100-240V
* On charge indicator light. Lacquered finish

Box Contents
* Precision trimmer
* Soft travel pouch
* Protection cap
* Cleaning brush
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#1
http://www.bargainsonsale.co.uk/personal-care/mens-face-shavers/mens-face-shavers-images/philips-reflex-shaver-large.jpg
#2
I have always found philips shavers, dont shave that close.

Still a good price though.
#3
RS2000
I have always found philips shavers, dont shave that close.

Still a good price though.



you need to by the really expensive ones to get a good shave... notyhing less than 80 quid tbh
#4
I have always found that the rotary shavers are better than the foil ones ,mainly because they seem to cut in all directions due to the rotary action.Bought a similar Phillips model 2 years ago and still going strong....
1 Like #5
Hogwash

Philips shavers are expensive rubbish - I have an £85 one that I toiled with for a month (which it says takes that time to get the best results) and it still doesn't shave properly, I have tufts and un cut sprigs everywhere and leaves me red raw as I try in vain to cut the last bits!

I used a £10 foil one from boots or some other place when I was caught short, and it stripped off every hair no problem.

£85 now a paper weight in the bath room :x

Save your money
#6
Good find. Been after an entry level shaver. Heat added
1 Like #7
Adam1983
Hogwash

Philips shavers are expensive rubbish - I have an £85 one that I toiled with for a month (which it says takes that time to get the best results) and it still doesn't shave properly, I have tufts and un cut sprigs everywhere and leaves me red raw as I try in vain to cut the last bits!

I used a £10 foil one from boots or some other place when I was caught short, and it stripped off every hair no problem.

£85 now a paper weight in the bath room :x

Save your money


I find that if you have left your beard grow for more than a couple of days, then you are better off trimming the excess with a beard or hair trimmer before shaving. For me, the foil trimmers leave my chin and throat red and raw. The Phillips takes a little longer but is gentler on the skin. I finish off any stray hair with a narrow foil beard trimmer. Works best for me.
#8
TALON1973;3017128
you need to by the really expensive ones to get a good shave... notyhing less than 80 quid tbh


Generally agreed as the cheapest ones in the past had a poorer fixed head mechanism but the more recent low priced models seem to incorporate a better more flexible head than in the past, so the poorest designed ones are no longer around anyway.

The 120 quid model I have cost 44 quid on a hot deal. some time ago. So not strictly true for that reason either ;-)
#9
can yone recommd a great shaver for under a hundred?
#10
Adam1983;3017304
Hogwash

Philips shavers are expensive rubbish

I used a £10 foil one from boots or some other place when I was caught short, and it stripped off every hair no problem.


Having used both types (and being more a fan of a proper shave than electric) I couldn't disagree more.
While foil razors do shave fairly well, they are poorer for long stray hairs, and tend to pluck them :-( They have one serious disadvantage, the foil is damaged if you so much as BREATHE hard on them, and a damaged foil rips faces to pieces - as the cost of replacement is usually astronomical, it can get expensive, so EXTREME care of the foil is vital.

As well as a decent model foil, I have also had a cheap Braun battery foil razor too, for leaving in my desk drawer for use at work on those days when I might need it. It confirms that a better quality one beats a cheap one too, just as it does with Philips ones!

Overall, Philishave models are good, quick, shave well, handle long or stray hairs well, and are FAR less easily damaged by everyday things as a slight knock. I do agreee that they make for a sore face if not used with care too :-( That seems to be less if you become a regular user, and don't use other methods like wet shaving too!

Overall Philips every time, would not buy another foil razor.

Only negative with this deal, is the long charge time, I would look for something a bit quicker as it is easy to forget to charge it. Still a good deal nonetheless.
#11
spraint
I find that if you have left your beard grow for more than a couple of days, then you are better off trimming the excess with a beard or hair trimmer before shaving. For me, the foil trimmers leave my chin and throat red and raw. The Phillips takes a little longer but is gentler on the skin. I finish off any stray hair with a narrow foil beard trimmer. Works best for me.


Oh dear! I rather shave with normal razor:whistling:
#12
This is turning in to an Electric Shavers Anonymous session!

Hi, my name's Adam and I hate Philips electric shavers, they abuse me :cry:

HUKD Members - clap, "thanks for sharing Adam, yes we feel your pain" mumbled words of sympathy ensue. Some come over to hug.

....back on topic though

I persevered with the blasted thing for ages and possibly it is my lack of patience, but using the trim bit to take it down to a slightly shorter length then the shaver to finish, seemed arseaboutface and slightly contradictory to what it says on the tin. I timed myself once, from start to finish. 25 minutes and still straggling hairs :shock:

But it's just not for me. I have never damaged a foil razor personally so cannot comment on their foibles, but think they are great value.

P.s. I have not voted hot or cold - either you love it or hate it, but wish I had only paid 30 notes for mine, then I would just bin it, can't stomach binning £80.
#13
I've been using what was an expensive model Philips shaver for the last ten years. The three heads are sprung loaded and move to the contours of the face. It still shaves today as well as when I first got it - can't be many that last so well. So I would say that at least some of the Philips shavers are excellent. :) (I vaguely remember when I first got it getting red sore skin from a shave, but I think skin adapts to it pretty quickly).
#14
I bought one in the past ,ofcourse from Amazon a deal from HOTUK:thumbsup: ,But i waited for about a month to see it work fine for me and i ended up returning it.It makes my chin and throat red and raw.The reason as said by philips customer service was ,it depends upon the skin not the type of machine.Got my full money back :oops: ....I am back 2 my gillete mach3.....

So Decided no more Electric Shavers
#15
sinjinn
can yone recommd a great shaver for under a hundred?


Yup get a packet of Bic razors :w00t:

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